Jared Fischer, Ph.D.
Dr. Fischer received a BS in Zoology and a BA in Chemistry from the Miami (OH) University in 2003. Jared received a PhD from the University of Cincinnati in 2008. The title of his thesis was "Mouse Models of Mutation in vivo." He was an Albert J Ryan Fellow at the University of Cincinnati. He is currently a postdoc in the department of Molecular and Medical Genetics in Mike Liskay's laboratory. He recently received a postdoctoral fellowship from the American Cancer Society. His current work involves studying colon cancer with a mouse model of sporadic cancer. Their mouse model allows for the genetic manipulation of many different genes in single, isolated cells.
Fischer JM, Miller AJ, Shibata D, Liskay RM. Different phenotypic consequences of simultaneous versus stepwise Apc loss. 2011. Submitted to Oncogene.
Fischer JM and Stringer JR. Visualizing loss of heterozygosity in living mouse cells and tissues. 2008. Mutation Research. 645(1-2): 1-8.
Fischer JM and Stringer JR. Mutation in aging mice occurs in diverse cell types that proliferate postmutation. 2008. Aging Cell. 7(5): 667-680.